• Organizations American No-Maj group seeking to expose and destroy witches and wizards in the 1920s led by the extremist Mary Lou Barebone, a descendant of Scourers, and her three adopted children. Their meeting place was the “dingy” New Salem Church in New York City where they ran a soup kitchen for… Read More
• Organizations A Salem-based organisation for witches to support one another in their endeavours (JKR:Tw). Some members of the Institute attended the Quidditch World Cup in 1994 (GF7). Read More
• Organizations 17th century – Rogue band of vengeful mercenary wizards who caused a huge problem between wizards and No-Majs in North America. During the early years of the European Wizarding community in America, there was no government or laws. As a result, unscrupulous bands of wizards formed mercenary bands to enforce… Read More
• Organizations A secretive 18th century duelling club which only admitted those who carried an aspen wand (Pm: Wand woods)… Read More
• Organizations The Slug Club was informally created by Horace Slughorn , who has twice taught Potions at Hogwarts. During both of his tenures he invites an elite group of students to join, chosen because they have influential parents or because Slughorn believes they will be important some day. Slughorn called the get-togethers “parties” or “suppers,”… Read More
• Organizations The Snallygaster Protection League (founded 1949) is a Maryland-based organization dedicated to obliviating No-Majs who encounter Snallygasters. Because the creatures do not shy away from Muggles, they tend to attract attention; the Snallygaster Protection League was created in response to multiple instances of Snallygaster sightings threatening to expose the magical… Read More
• Organizations The Society for the Promotion of Elfish Welfare, or S.P.E.W, was an organization founded in 1994 by Hermione Granger in response to what she saw as gross injustice in the treatment of house-elves. When she founded the society, Hermione appointed Ron as treasurer and Harry as secretary (GF14). A… Read More